These scenarios might seem familiar to you:

- A 1-year-old tugs at her mother’s leg, demanding, “Up! Up!”

- A group of 3-year-olds receive unequal amounts of cookies, prompting them to emphatically point out who has the most. 1,062 more words

These scenarios might seem familiar to you:

- A 1-year-old tugs at her mother’s leg, demanding, “Up! Up!”

- A group of 3-year-olds receive unequal amounts of cookies, prompting them to emphatically point out who has the most. 1,062 more words

Two interesting math contest related articles this week. First in the Atlantic an article about different participation rates in math contests for girls and for boys: 325 more words

Many researchers have looked deeply at the impact of personalization of word problems on student achievement. Bailey notes that students “don’t care how many apples Bob gave to Suzy. 85 more words

I viewed lesson planning as the main focus in our classes throughout this week. The structure of lessons and how to create them was explained in detail. 288 more words

This video production aims to explain what O.R. is through a wide range of case studies and can be used to highlight some ‘real-life’ applications of mathematics. 27 more words